Content marketer, author and entrepreneur Julia McCoy knows what it means to get back up and keep going.
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Content marketer, author and entrepreneur Julia McCoy knows what it means to get back up and keep going. In 2011, at the age of 19, she dropped out of college to pursue her passion for writing, discovering an entire world of freelance writing and content marketing. Just three months after plunging in, she started her own business, Express Writers. Six years later, after she forged through failures to reap her successes, McCoy’s business grew to 90 people on staff and seven figures in annual revenue. After writing two books, McCoy was also named by Forbes as a thought leader in content marketing. Today, she tells the other side of her story in her new memoir, Woman Rising: A True Story, including how she grew up in her father’s cult, escaped in the middle of the night after starting her business, married the man of her dreams and found ultimate happiness and success.